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Assignment 2: Collaborating with Teachers towards Change

Professional Development to Pursue Excellence

As educators, we must be lifelong learners who pursue excellence in teaching practices. Professional development is one avenue of lifelong learning available to teachers. 2,357 more words

Collaboration With Colleagues

Lurking and what leaders know about their invisible audience

Let’s talk about something obvious: Leaders (for instance community councillors) share information online but the paradox is, that they often don’t get a visible response. Why do they do it then? 1,187 more words

E-participation

Fake news is real | February 14, 2017

Fake news | Information literacy

Fake news. You’ve heard about it, consumed it, probably even believed it — at least on occasion. And if, like 92 percent of American adults, you’re on Facebook or Twitter, you’ve quite possibly helped pass it along.* But what is it? 106 more words

Emerging Trends In Librarianship

Library Instruction Nirvana vs. Library Instruction Reality: Balancing & Prioritizing Instruction Strategies, Reflections by a New Librarian--Hanna Schmillen

“I just realized this week that I cannot do it all, so I will do what I can fabulously.”

– Clinton Kelly, 2013

Yes, I just quoted a fashion expert and media personality, but it’s insanely relatable. 1,088 more words

Information Literacy

Some Thoughts for Library Lovers’ Month

As I move into my last few months at work—I’ll soon be retiring from my community college librarian job—I want to leave behind a few of my recent musings on librarianship. 939 more words

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